Each insect carcass that litters the front of your once-shiny car is a badge of honor. You see, a bug's life is a hard life, and most importantly a short life. After dodging hazards such as frog tongues, bug swatters, and natural predators, they choose your shiny bumper as their final resting place. Bug splatter, as flattering as it may be, needs to be removed from your paint quickly to avoid damage. The Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge safely removes these cute little kamikazes without scratching your paint or dulling the finish.
The Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge is constructed of high-density open-celled foam that effortlessly scrubs away bug remains. This high-density foam softens considerably in water, allowing the Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge to clean your paint without scratching. When you are done using it, slosh it around in warm, clean water and allow to dry. It's that easy.
Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge also features cross-cut channels on the top and bottom. The little blocks of foam allow this sponge to remove tar and stubborn road film easily, as well as hold insect splatter of the paint to prevent scratches. The cross-cut channels have the additional benefit of making the Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge easy-to-hold, even if you have small hands.
Compared to wimpy bug sponges, and scratch-prone, nylon-mesh bug scrubby thingies, the Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge's specs read like a world-class heavyweight champion. It is a massive, bug scum removing, powerful block of heavyweight foam that measures 7 inches long, 5 inches wide, and 3 inches thick. Cue the Rocky theme song...
To use, allow the Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge to soak in a bucket of warm, soapy water for several minutes. After it has softened, gently rub across the area without applying pressure and watch the bug residue disappear. For caked on bug splatter, pre-treat the area first with McKee's 37 Road Kill Bug Remover.
Remember that the insect remains on the front of your vehicle chose you. They did not know how difficult they could be to remove or the damage they could cause, they just liked the shine you have. Now you can return the favor by cleaning them off your paint with the finest bug sponge offered: The Lake Country Ultimate Bug Sponge.